I'm setting up a shrine server, and I want to send my *.csr to the SHRINE Hub Admininstrator to request for the signed.crt, shrine-act-ca.crt, and shrine-act-stage.hms.harvard.edu.crt certs.
Would you kindly show me how to do that? and once we received the *.crt from the shrine hub administrator, how do we test it to ensure it works?
Thanks in advanced!
Your question is rather difficult for us to answer, but that seems to be because it does not appear to be about our (Atlassians) products directly. Our Community site tries to address Atlassian products and the specifics questions and problems of using them. I gather that this SHRINE project is using Bitbucket to host it's code, but that's about as much as I know about it.
I did come across a documentation space for using that product over in https://open.catalyst.harvard.edu/wiki/display/SHRINE/Using+a+Certificate+Authority+for+SHRINE#UsingaCertificateAuthorityforSHRINE-ForAllOtherNodes
That specific link seems to indicate that as long as your node is not a Hub admin, your steps would be to generate the keystore, then generate the CSR. That document notes:
This should output a file called shrine-client.csr (feel free to pick another more descriptive name instead), which should then be sent off to the hub administrator. The hub administrator will review the CSR and respond with either approval or rejection
That guide has steps on how to do those steps, so that should help move things along.
If that doesn't solve this, you might try https://open.catalyst.harvard.edu/wiki/display/SHRINE/Contact+Us instead. Perhaps you can find the answers you are looking for there.
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